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From: manni DOT heumann AT gmx DOT de (Manni Heumann)
Subject: Re: Allegro Fonts:Getting
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"Edmund Horner" <edmund1 AT geocities DOT com> wrote:
>You might find some fonts by looking through the examples and demo that came
>with Allegro (use GRABBER.EXE to look in the .DAT files).
>
>There is a program called TTF2PCX, which you might find at
>http://www.talula.demon.co.uk/ttf2pcx/index.html  This was written by the
>author of Allegro and can be used to make fonts out of TrueType font files.
>

That poses an interesting question: If you take a TTF from 
your win95 installation, convert it to something usable with 
Allegro and then distribute this along with one of your 
programs... would that be legal?

 

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Manni

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